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Old 07-05-2017, 01:53 PM   #1
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Took a trip this past weekend, turn signals all worked. Upon my attempt to go home, I found my turn signals not functioning. Nothing on the dash indicators and nothing in the front or rear. Checked hazards and they worked fine. Replaced flasher and checked fuses...not the problem. The only thing I did while at the RV camp prior to noticing the problem was to remove and test a few fuses in the interior next to the drivers side. The other piece I will add is that this is the first time towing a car and using the rear receptacle for the tow dolly. Any ideas? Thanks in advance. Workhorse Chassis, Vortech 8.1L Gasoline engine.
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Old 07-05-2017, 02:22 PM   #2
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Check the fuses under the "dash". There is another fuse panel/distribution box there. I'm not sure if the signal fuses are there or under the "hood" on another fuse panel/distribution box.
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